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- (-ia). Borrow (Bib.). E kia ori te tangata i tetai puaka a tona taeake, and if a man borrow a pig of his friend (Ex.2
- 14); e ko tei ori mai ia koe ra, auraka e akaoki uaia atu, and do not turn away from one who would borrow from you (Matt. 5.42); Kua riro te ori ei tavini no tei oriia. The one who borrows has become a servant of the one that he has borrowed from (Prov. 22.7); mei ta te tangata ori apinga ra, ka pera rai tei o atu, as it shall be for the borrower, so it shall be for the lender (Is. 24.2).
- Someone given a share of the fish (esp. flying fish) when the fishing canoes return (Mauke dial.).
- A person of low rank (N.G.Pt. dial.).